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18 August 2009 @ 11:04 pm
Hi there. I'm looking for a couple of good to help me with a project. I'd really like to find someone who's willing to draft a few sketches for a character concept I'm playing, and I don't know of anyone in Rochester or the nearby areas. Suggestions/commments/raspberries? Thanks.
08 June 2009 @ 04:50 pm
Hey all,

I'm trying to think of how to incorporate either LEDs or fiber optics into a costume design. Does anybody have any experience with this OR have a suggestion as to what websites I might be able to look at? I've already contacted our local costume shop (Arlene's), and they were less than helpful.

29 May 2009 @ 01:10 pm
Anybody know of someone who could do character concept sketches? I'd like to get a few done for my Changeling character.
20 May 2009 @ 08:51 pm
Gaming - Gaming is a wonderful escape from reality. I've also used it to explore new concepts or ideas that I would never consider in real life. Primarily, though, it's a way to explore new worlds without actually going there. Let's face it, travel is bloody expensive and I don't have that kind of cash.

Books - I've been in love with books since I was a kid. Primarily I read sci-fi or fantasy, but occasionally I'll branch out into mystery or the odd non-fiction (mostly history or mythology related).

Beer - This is a recent conversion for me, recent meaning in the last 5 years. Up until I was around 28 I hated beer. Hated it. Smell, taste - ugh. A good friend of mine took a lot of time to explain to me that I probably hated it due to what I'd always drank. I've since come to understand that he was most correct, and I not only enjoy a wide variety, I brew my own (or at least hard cider). Note: American and Canadian domestic imports are NOT beer.

Nature - There are times when I simply have to get away from the city and people. I was born and raised in the country, and too many people/things/cars/buildings get claustrophobic and noisy on occasion. Besides, beautiful scenery and waterfalls are not to be found in cities.

Comics - I got hooked on comics when I was a kid (even earlier than books). My dad and uncles had an old, beat-up collection from when they were younger and I read them at pretty much every opportunity. Same kind of thing as books, but a lot more escapism. 'Will Captain America defeat the Red Skull? Tune in next month to find out!' Nowadays I still read, but I don't buy. Yes, I'm evil for not supporting the industry - but I can't justify the cost. Three bucks for a 32-page magazine printed 12 times a month, or eight bucks for a book that I'll enjoy for several days and keep coming back to years later. Hmm - no, I can do this math.
25 April 2009 @ 03:01 pm
Damn Butcher.

Woke up this morning (kinda) to crazy turning-into-a-vampire dreams visualized by me and narrated by Jim Butcher ala reading it in a book WHILE 'living' the experience. Needless to say it wasn't me, just a character I happened to be, but still...

Weird, exciting and...creepy and scary as hell. Game doesn't creep me out that much, yet part of it was...thrilling. Sensual. Danger-on-a-stick adrenaline boosting, yet I woke up only slightly tired. And before my alarm, which rarely happens.
20 February 2009 @ 01:28 pm
Interesting thread the Cam had today - real-world superpowers.

Like...never getting lost, Google-Fu, that sort of thing.

Anything you've got that could be considered a talent/superpower?
22 November 2008 @ 12:42 pm
Who to be next?

That is the question I'm asking myself (character inspiration). Any thoughts?
11 November 2008 @ 10:58 am
Just because I'm curious (Lissa, this is your fault).

If you saw ME in a police car, what would you think I got arrested for?
22 October 2008 @ 04:26 pm

*mental note: do not overtax on the exercise before going to work. Also do not eat too much sugar-laden stuff at lunch. Both induce coma at ~4pm.*

*returning to regular...ly....shc..*...zzzzzzzzz.